Vivid at the Yates is a 20-storey, 135-unit below-market condominium tower situated along the 800-block of Johnson Street in downtown Victoria.
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Turns out the city insisted the column be installed because they didn't like the way the entrance look at the Juliet so Mr. Chard went back to architect and they threw in the column to satisfy the city
A Pam Madoff legacy?
All I want for Christmas is for the crane to come out. :P
It was estimated to be taken down in November. Unit tours are supposed to start in late January according to the winter update last week, but I don't see that happening for me when the crane is still where my bathtub or washer/dryer is supposed to be.
...certain design elements are often not the developer's fault.
As we've seen with a fair number of recent developments, the worst design elements are often the CoV's fault.
Just one more ugly building; disappointing for downtown.
Totally agreed. And they are also so large. The ugliness would loom over that part of the city centre.
Do we have the pleasure of having one of Victoria’s city council joining us today 🤔
Chard Development's 135-suite condominium was targeted towards first time and entry-level buyers through a first-for-Victoria BC Housing partnership.
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Downtown Victoria's Pandora Avenue corridor is slated for big changes as developers focus in along the under-developed thoroughfare.
Only a dozen suites remain for sale at Chard Development's attainable housing condominium in downtown Victoria.
Despite Chard Development's targeting of first-time and young buyers with unique incentives, it's the moms and dads who are pushing their children to jump on an opportunity.
Work has begun on building over 250 condominiums in two towers set to rise between the 800-blocks of Yates and Johnson streets.
There may be lots of construction cranes above city streets, but not all projects have available pre-sale condo inventory. Find out what's still selling and what's coming soon.
A financing arragement between BC Housing and Chard Development will deliver 135 below-market condos to downtown Victoria.
A seniors complex on Belleville Street and two residential towers between the 800-blocks of Yates and Johnson streets have received municipal approvals.